Which? said ministers should look at scrapping huge fees tourists have to pay to use their phones when travelling in America, Australia, India and others.
Brits benefit from free roaming when they are travelling across the EU and European Economic Area, as of changes brought in last June.
It means everyone who
The European Court of Justice ruled the design of the company’s iconic plastic clogs cannot be protected within the EU.
Judges in Luxembourg threw out an appeal by the US company which designed the shoes and was trying to overturn the cancellation of its patent.
The shoes, which are made from a
The huge number expected to hit triple figures compares to just 15,000 current centenarians.
Ministers fear that the country’s ageing population explosion could collapse the already overburdened NHS and bankrupt the Treasury.
To combat the extra costs, the Government will, on Monday, unveil more than £300million to work out how the nation
It comes just seven months after the coordinated terror attacks in Barcelona and other parts of Catalonia that killed 16 and injured over 150.
Intelligence experts are now warning that lone wolf attacks could be imminent.
ISIS propaganda group Muharir al-Ansar published the poster on social media encouraging ISIS followers to carry
The extreme weather which battered the country last week caused burst pipes leaving families without running water and forcing several schools to close their doors.
Amid the chaos left behind when the storm clashed with the Beast from the East water companies were forced to deliver bottles to thousands of houses.
After ministers signed off inflation-busting rises of 3 per cent last year, new research shows what it means for your area.
Average Band D properties in England and Wales will see their taxes rise by an average of 5.1 per cent in April, figures from the Chartered Institute of Public Finance and
Modern life can be a challenge, trying to navigate the perils of technology, commuting, social media and popular culture.
During an average day people spend a quarter of an hour feeling confused, and more than a third think they are less productive due to the time they spend trying to figure
BRITS have been warned they face potential RED weather warnings today as the "Beast from the East" continues to batter the country - a day after four people were killed and hundreds left without power.
Swathes of Scotland and the north face the prospect of battling the UK's most
TOWN HALLS are threatening to slash yet more services despite a £1.2 BILLION hike in council tax - it emerged tonight.
New research showed that 147 of 152 councils plan to up bills this April - with 64 planning a maximum 5.99 PER CENT hike.
But the Local Government Association
WHILE almost every household in the country is set for crippling council tax hikes, one local authority leader has explained how he could scrap the charges altogether.
Ferris Cowper heads up East Hampshire District Council, the only local authority to reduce its council tax level last year, and has
STOIC Brits have responded characteristically to today's -10c Beast From The East snowbomb- by taking the mick.
Twitter users posted hilarious memes poking fun as an icy blast from Siberia brought travel chaos and threatened power outages.
One TV viewer was tickled that warnings were delivered by the BBC North
MAJOR changes to the organ donation system in England have been given the green-light by MPs, saving hundreds of lives a year.
Currently, anyone who wants their body to be used for transplants after death has to join the donor register but in future the system will be 'opt
BRITS' dislike of 'change' is costing them over £1billion a year, according to research.
A study of 2,000 adults found one in four admitted their unwillingness to look elsewhere for better value options has cost them money.
As a result, they are frittering away £71 a month on average, meaning
A NEWLYWED has become the fourth Brit to die in a horrifying Grand Canyon helicopter crash.
Jon Udall has died 12 days after the shocking accident - his new wife, Ellie Milward, is still in a critical condition in hospital.
The pair were on their honeymoon in Las Vegas when
The Brit Awards: Cheryl and Liam Payne have been slammed over their 'uncomfortable' interview [ITV]
The duo appeared together at the music award show – their first red carpet appearance since becoming parents in 2017.
During The Brit Awards, host Jack Whitehall sat with Cheryl and One Direction star Liam
The BRIT Awards: Cheryl and Liam Payne [ITV]
On The BRIT Awards, Jack Whitehall decided to sit next to Cheryl and Liam Payne, who made an appearance together amid "split" speculation surrounding their two year relationship, during his presenting duties.
To which the host for the evening decided to ask Liam about his song with Rita
A TRIO of Brits have been arrested for allegedly "mocking" two other Brits on a holiday flight for "being gay".
The incident is said to have happened on a plane from the East Midlands to Gran Canaria.
Police in the Canaries say the trio, aged between 25 and 28, were
The Brit Awards: Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield were called out for being 'drunk' during the show [ITV]
The This Morning hosts attended the music award show which was held in London on Wednesday.
During The Brit Awards, host Jack Whitehall was seen chatting to Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield.
The Brit Awards: Maya Jama was accidentally pushed out of the way at the award show on Wednesday [ITV]
The rapper was handed the awards for Best British Male and MasterCard British Album Of The Year for Gang Signs and Prayer during the ceremony.
While he was collecting his first
A PHISHING fraudster has admitted he can earn as much as a Premier League footballer by conning Brits out of their money.
The scamster can take home up to £100,000 a month, while even a "bad month" can see £20,000 stolen from victims.
And incredibly, the masked con artist -
SPY bosses fear hackers will use new-fangled smart meters to carry out cyber attacks on Brits' homes, according to experts.
All households in the UK are being encouraged to install the devices, which help you monitor how much energy you're using in real time.
But GCHQ officials have reportedly warned
A BRITISH woman has died after a three-car traffic crash on the holiday island of Tenerife.
The 77-year-old was killed after the car driven by her husband was hit head-on by another vehicle believed to have crossed over to the wrong side of the road.
Two other people in the
LABOUR’s Shadow Chancellor today revealed the party was actively considering a universal minimum income for Brits.
John McDonnell said the party had launched a review led by Shadow Treasury Minister John Reynolds – and it was an “interesting” idea.
And he said Labour was also working with Guy Standing, who
A FORMER soldier suspected of being a serial killer involved in the slaughter of a British family last night admitted "accidentally" killing a girl who vanished during a wedding in France.
The confession by Nordahl Lelandais, 34, came as he led police to the hidden remains of Maelys de
THOUSANDS of disabled Brits are now being forced to pay for parking as freebies are slashed by cash-strapped councils.
Wrexham Council in North Wales is the latest in a string of local areas who will are set to charge people who have Blue Badges to park in council-owned parking
THE helicopter firm behind the Grand Canyon crash has been at the centre of a dozen aviation probes, it has been claimed.
Papillon Grand Canyon Helicopters, operated from Boulder City, Nevada, has had at least three other fatal crashes in the last 20 years.
That includes a 2001 disaster near
BREXIT could boost the poorest Brits by dramatically lowering prices in the shops, according to a top Australian official.
Alexander Downer, the high commissioner to Britain, also predicted that trade between the UK and Australia will boom once we quit the EU.
But he warned Theresa May to pull Britain
MILLIONS of Brits can’t identify everyday fruit and veg, a study has found – with four in ten even mistaking a mango for an APPLE.
A poll of 2,000 UK adults also found more than 70 per cent could not tell a tangerine from an orange or clementine.
MILLIONS of Brits are ‘too busy’ to be healthy, a study has found.
A poll of 2,000 adults found more than half want to eat healthily and get plenty of exercise - but are hindered by their hectic lifestyles.
Two thirds admit they often eat ‘badly’ because they don't have
BOOZY Brits opting for all-inclusive hotels in the Mallorca hotspots of Magaluf and Palma Nova might only be served free alcohol with meals in the future.
The get-tough idea has been raised as part of the crackdown on anti-social behaviour and so-called "drunken tourism" which has been blighting the